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Business Deals - 20% Discount at Moo.com for Startacus Members
by Startacus Admin
Great news for the Startacus community. We’ve teamed up with the good folks at moo.com to bring you a lovely one time only 20% discount on all their printed products!
Moo.com allows you to design and build customer business cards, mini cards, postcards, stickers, flyers and more! MOO are not only market leading, but they’re also a rather innovative and creative brand too. Which is why we are so chuffed that all of our members can now benefit from this brilliant one time only 20% discount on all printed products to help you showcase your portfolio, products, business and yourself.
The good news is that this offer is for first time users and return vistitors to Moo too...They’re even throwing in free standard shipping for good measure… what a lovely bunch!
With MOO you can get:
* Premium quality paper stock * Full colour, double-sided printing * With Printfinity, put a different image on every item in a pack
Claiming your 20% discount
This deal is open to Startacus members only, but don’t worry if that’s not you, because you can sign up for free in just a couple of minutes with a few clicks here!
Once signed in click here to access the member deals page with all the fab dicount codes and deals - oh, and finally have fun designing, shopping and saving!
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